On Saturday (14) at 11:38 a.m. the first scheduled flight of Aerolíneas Argentinas‘ Airbus A330-200, registration LV-KAN, took off from Buenos Aires. The aircraft had been at Ezeiza since April 14th waiting to be incorporated to the service.
With this acquisition, the company once again has eight Airbus A330s operating simultaneously. The ninth aircraft of this type for Aerolíneas Argentinas, which is currently stationed in the United States (LV-KAO), will arrive shortly.
Details of the Aerolíneas Argentinas LV-KAN
- Previous company: TAP Air Portugal (CS-TOL)
- Age: 14.6 years
- Seats: 265 (22 in Business and 243 in Economy)
- First flight date: November the 26th, 2007
- The Airbus A330 has 61,100 flight hours, in 7,299 cycles.
Aerolíneas Argentinas fleet
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|Airbus A330-223||LV-FNJ||22.5||Out of service at EZE|
|Airbus A330-202||LV-KAO||14.5||To enter in service|
Aerolineas Argentinas’ Airbus A330-200 routes
- Cancún (CUN)
- El Calafate (FTE)
- Madrid (MAD)
- Miami (MIA)
- New York (JFK)
- Punta Cana (PUJ)
Roma will be reincorporated on June 2nd, after a nearly 27-month suspension.
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